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Give the Gift of Surfing with La Costa Surf School

"@La CostaSurf the best surf instructor on the [] planet!!! Thanks for years of work with my kids and being a great friend!!!"

Dana White (MMA Fighting Legend)
Las Vegas, NV
via Twitter, December 20, 2011

"If you want to take surf lessons in Encinitas you can't get more soulfully organic than Scotty Hamrick. I just got off the water with him. From the structure of the reef below us, to the intricate action of the waves we rode, and on up to a study of the clouds above us, spending time on the water with Scotty is always more than just a surf lesson. He greets everyone like they're already a lifelong friend. Today I took a solo lesson, but I first met Scotty in 2011 when he and his crew took out 30 ski industry pros as part of our annual national convention in La Costa. Everyone raved about the two-hour surf camp, and it was as easy as showing up in the parking lot. Scotty and his crew are full-on pros, and took care of all the rest, even including tips on where to eat and drink afterward. Big props to La Costa Surf School...see you soon Scotty! Stoked. Aloha."

Troy H.
Denver, CO
via Yelp (www.yelp.com/biz/hang-zen-surf-school-encinitas)

May 5, 2013

"Just Fantastic!
Took my wife and two kids, 10 and 7, surfing for the morning with Scott and his crew last week. He had the kids up on the boards in minutes. Very attentive instructors, vigilant and fun with the kids. Would HIGHLY recommend La Costa (also known as La Costa Surf School or www.lcsurf.com). Really made our vacation one to remember. Thanks Scott!"

Shaun S.
Orinda, CA
via Yelp (www.yelp.com/biz/hang-zen-surf-school-encinitas)

April 28, 2010

"I'd never surfed before and Scott had me standing up in thirty minutes. Thanks a lot! It was fun."

Barry Johnson
44 years old
Bloomington, IN

"I've wanted to try surfing all my life with my wife. I couldn't have imagined a better teacher. Thanks Scott."

Gary Packard
60 years old
Fort Worth, TX

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